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Updated 10 February 2016

Vizualise you can do it

Research suggests that simply imagining powering through that final set of push-ups or finishing that last half-mile can help prepare the body to actually do it. It sounds crazy, but it’s true. Done properly, visualisation can help you practice the execution of specific motor movements, improve performance, and even strengthen your intrinsic motivation.

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